What Are The Advantages Of Flapless Bladeless Lasik Eye Surgery?

Do you still wear a prescription glass whose number keeps increasing every six months? If yes, then you aren’t alone who wear prescription glasses or contact lenses. But you could be one of the many who are benefitted from flapless bladeless Lasik eye surgery.

First of all, you should know about the latest technology

It is Transepithelial Photorefractive Keratectomy, or TransPRK and it is the only surface treatment available where the surgery is performed withouttouching the eye physically. And it has been made possible by advanced medical technology. Its advantage is outstanding results and quicker recovery time.

So, how the TransPRK surgery is performed

It is called a new one-step, incision-free surgical treatment. The one laser employed gently removes the regenerative outer surface of the eye and the cornea precisely reshaped. An eye specialist in Delhi will use a state-of-the-art ultraviolet light beam and remove a microscopic amount of stromal tissue.

The surgeon will calculate the right amount of the tissue removed in the pre-operative examination. The surgeon will determine the power of your eye to make the exact calculation of the amount of tissue to be removed. And you will be surprised to know that the procedure takes less than a minute in reshaping the cornea.

But the biggest benefit of TransPRK surgery is no flap is required in the cornea and for this reason, it is called flapless bladeless Lasik eye surgery. But it also requires clear contact lenses to reduce the discomfort associated with the surgery and protect the eye. You will need to wear the contact lenses for a couple of days. Your surgeon will remove the contacts after the first post-operative assessment.

Here’re the advantages of  TransPRK surgery


  • A simple and fast procedure that won’t take more than 5 minutes in an eye. Since it is flapless, you don’t have to worry about any flap-related medical condition.


  • An eye specialist in Delhi will suggest TransPRK surgery if you lead an active life where you get little time for rest and relaxation. The TransPRK surgery provides a quick solution to eye problems so you can return back to your active life sooner.


  • People with a very thin cornea or high myopia can also go for TransPRK surgery. It is an ideal alternative to Lasik surgery that isn’t suitable for people with thin cornea.

Flapless bladeless Lasik eye surgery has minimum risk of dry eye that is a common side effect of conventional Lasik surgery. If you want to remove your prescription glass, then you should go for TransPRK surgery.